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HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO PUNTA CANA


Approach Gives New Meaning to ‘All-Inclusive’ Concept


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HE GAME JUST ISN’T THE SAME ANYMORE when it comes to full-service meeting and conference facilities — and certainly not since the debut of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana definitely breaks the rules about space, because this property has plenty. Groups enjoy access to 65,000 square feet of flexible event space that can be configured to host everything from intimate corporate meetings to large conventions for up to 3,960 people. There are indoor venues, outdoor venues, state-of-the-art technology, complimen- tary Wi-Fi, and certified meeting planners on staff to ensure that groups receive Hard Rock’s renowned rock-star service. You get the necessi- ties, amenities, and expertise you need to make your meeting or event a success.


Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana takes a fresh approach to planning meetings that sets it apart from the competition. Need a classroom set-up for 1,000? Included. How about a closing banquet with complete catering? Included. Do you require multiple breakout sessions with coffee and


AT A GLANCE Guest rooms: 1,500


snack breaks three times a day? All are included. Organizers will be amazed to discover that


at Hard Rock, “all-inclusive” meetings really are all-inclusive. This approach makes containing and managing costs a breeze, and stress about budget overages and hidden charges a thing of the past. It also makes the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana a better value than most traditional hotels, and begs the question of what is so “complete” about those so-called “complete meeting packages.” To sum up: Everything from catering and meeting-room rental to set-up and teardown is included for one per-person rate, regardless of your scope of needs. Best of all, because the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana is a Hard Rock property, attendees will spend their spare time in wide-eyed wonder and amazement as they take in choice selections from a staggering collection of rock memorabilia, or as they simply stroll about the 121 lush, tastefully landscaped Dominican oceanfront acres. They’ll also have 11 different dining venues, 15 bars and lounges, and 24-hour room service — all included.


On-site amenities and services: 45,000-square-foot casino, 12 pools, Jack Nicklaus–designed golf course, Rock Spa®


, 11 restaurants, and 15 bars and lounges


Meeting space: 65,000 square feet of flexible event space For more information: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana; Blvd. Turistico del Este, Km 28 #74, Macao, Municipio de Higuey, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; (888) ROCK-002; www.HardRockHotelPuntaCana.com


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Attendees will leave feeling like superstars in their own right when they attend a meeting or event at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana. To learn more, call (888) ROCK- 002 or visit www .HardRockHotel PuntaCana.com. ■





ROOMY: Featuring 65,000 square feet of meeting space, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana offers a spacious lay- out for events of up to 3,960 attendees.


HAVING IT ALL: The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana’s all-inclusive approach to meetings means everything is covered, from coffee breaks and meeting-room rentals to attendee meals at 11 dining venues and 15 bars.


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